Teaching Online for the First Time (or the Hundredth Time)? Try These Enhanced Digital Textbooks
When you’re used to teaching in-person classes, it’s not like you can just flip a switch to teach online. It’s a completely different format. And while you can record or livestream...Read Post
My Advice to Students — Peter Enns Says, "Be Flexible About Your Expectations."
In the middle of my M.Div. program I had contemplated pursuing a doctorate in historical theology upon graduation. My academic mentor, Dr. M...Read More
My Advice to Students — Doug Campbell Shares 2 Things to Cure Boredom and Theological Weakness in Students
In our ongoing advice series to students, Doug Campbell (contributor to the book Four Views on the Apostle Paul) shares two bits...Read More
My Advice to Students — Al Mohler Reminds Us That Theology and Life Are Inseperable
A few short years ago when I was still an M.Div. student I remember a moment in the middle of the adult Sunday school class I was leading wh...Read More
My Advice to Students — Which Degree Does Eckhard Schnabel Almost Always Suggest?
When Dr. Eckhard Schnabel advises students who are trying to decide which degree to pursue, he almost always suggests the Master of Di...Read More
My Advice to Students — Tom Schreiner Says "Don't Specialize"
Last week we launched a new, exciting series of weekly videos designed to advise and guide students who are studying for a future of ministr...Read More
My Advice to Students — Craig Blomberg on How Doctoral Students Should Prepare for the First "Frantic" Year of Teaching
We are excited to launch a new series of weekly videos designed to advise and guide students who are studying for a future of ministry in th...Read More